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About South Carolina auto insurance, getting quotes and minimum coverage information.

South Carolina car owners can save on their auto insurance by doing some comparison shopping. Car insurance companies file their rates with the state for approval, and these rates can vary between companies. This is because each company has slightly different rating structures. 

Comparing quotes, you may find that you could save hundreds of dollars -- whether you live in Columbia, Charleston, Greenville or any other part of the state. You should get at least three different comparison quotes. To get comparison quotes, just enter your South Carolina ZIP code in the Insureme Quote box above, or click here to get your free quotes. When you use the free Insureme service, you can get three or more comparison quotes and only have to enter your information once. 

South Carolina requires that owners of vehicles carry minimum liability coverage per the following requirements. These are just the minimums required by law, and you may want to increase these limits for additional financial protection. 

At the minimum, you must have coverages for Bodily Injury Liability, Property Damage Liability and Uninsured Motorist coverage. As of June 2009:

Bodily Injury Liability: Minimum of $25,000 per person and $50,000 if two or more persons are injured per accident.

Property Damage Liability: Minimum of $25,000 per accident.

Uninsured Motorist Liability coverage: $25,000 per person, $50,000 per accident.

Uninsured Motorist Property Damage Liability coverage: $25,000. 

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